Evy wrote See. On. Unseen. The. Lost. for the Monday Night PlayGround devoted to a quote from Eugene O’Neill, ("Like a saint's vision of beatitude. Like the veil of things as they seem drawn back by an unseen hand. For a second you see—and seeing the secret, are the secret. For a second there is meaning! Then the hand lets the veil fall and you are alone, lost in the fog again, and you stumble on toward nowhere, for no good reason! " — Eugene O’Neill, Long Day’s Journey Into Night), although Jack Kerouac figures largely in her play. In our interview, she explains why, and she also reveals how her play takes revenge on Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot. In the Festival production, David Cramer and Jomar Tagatac act, and Raelle Myrick-Hodges of Brava! for Women in the Arts directs.
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